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Diploma in Global Hospitality Management

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  • To provide an educational foundation for a range of entry level careers in hospitality;
  • To provide fundamental studies directly relevant to vocations and professions in the hospitality sector;
  • To enable students to make an immediate contribution in entry level employment in the hospitality sector;
  • To provide flexibility, knowledge, skills and motivation for career development and progression to further studies;
  • To develop students’ ability in hospitality services through effective use and combination of the knowledge and skills gained in different parts of the programme;
  • To develop a range of competency skills and techniques, personal qualities and attitude essential for successful performance in working life.

The Diploma course comprises six (6) subject units and a mandatory work based experience. The six (6) subject units are determined by the academy from the following list:

Course Subjects:

Front office Operations

Housekeeping Management

Customer Service

Service Marketing

Basic Hospitality and Tourism Management

Business English

Food and Beverage Management

Qualification Award

Candidates who successfully complete all 7 units of this programme will be awarded;

Global Diploma by Global Academy of Hospitality and Management in Sari Lanka and/or Diploma by Beacon International College, Singapore


Entry Requirements

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Course Duration and Hours

6 months study + 6 months internship or project in Sri Lanka OR

3 months study in Sri Lanka + 4 months study in Singapore + 6 months internship in Singapore

* Internships in other countries are subject to approved by relevant visa issuing authorities


Total study: 360 Hours

Teacher-Student Ratio

Maximum teacher-student ratio is 1:30


Teaching Approach And Methods

The teaching approaches and methods adopted will be according to the requirement of the learning outcomes of each unit. These may include:

  • Brainstorming
  • Debates
  • Discussion
  • Group Work
  • Field Trips
  • Case Studies
  • Role Play and
  • Simulation



In-course assessments will be conducted. In-course assessments may include quizzes, class tests, class participation in question and answer sessions, oral presentation, unit assignments including assignment reports and demonstrations where relevant, valid and appropriate.